Dan Carino is a graphic journalist and founder of Co-Jo.US, a new media agency that produces immersive and interactive stories anchored by graphic journalism. He is also a freelance political cartoonist based in Los Angeles, California.
A family from the Philippines tried to be together in the US. But for nearly 10 years, they were separated by 7,300 miles and the immigration backlog.
Follow the path of Manuel as he tries to join his mother in Texas. And then learn about the real people behind these stories.
What would you do if you were a victim of domestic violence seeking safety in the US? Follow the asylum process for a young woman and her daughter in this interactive.
When Nikhil turns 21, he can no longer stay on his visa. How can he stay in the US and finish school?
President Donald Trump is calling for an end to the Diversity Visa Program. Millions enter, but only 50,000 'win' each year. Here's the story of one person who 'won'.